Jazz up a basic chicken breast with these versatile sauces. All are made with 6 or fewer ingredients.
This classic sauce deserves a place in your repertoire. It takes everyday dishes up a notch with a touch of elegance and lots
of flavor, yet very little effort. Pair it with a sautéed chicken breast, a tilapia filet, or a pork loin. It's also good
No-Cook! A nice twist on traditional basil pesto, this version uses flat-leaf parsley for a fresh, herbal flavor. Great on pastas,
bruschetta, pizzas, and sandwiches, this pesto is just as versatile as the classic.
Dijon mustard and maple syrup combine in a sweet-savory pan sauce that adds a velvety richness to chicken, and would also taste
fantastic on a pork tenderloin. This pan sauce reduces in about 5 minutes, so you can make it while your protein cooks.
No Cook! Cool and tangy, this white sauce is an easy go-to recipe that you can whip up in minutes to use on hot or cold chicken, or
as a zesty sandwich spread. It also works well with fish and chips.
Save your weeknight chicken from the doldrums. Fresh grated ginger and orange marmalade add a little sweet-and-spicy Asian
flair. Hesitant to buy sambal oelek (chili paste) just for this recipe? It's one of our favorite pantry staples because it
adds heat and spice to many great recipes.
No Cook! Everyone needs a classic vinaigrette recipe, and this one is so simple you'll know it by heart. It's great on steamed or
fresh veggies, salads, and drizzled on sprouts in a sandwich. Experiment with different vinegars to change things up from
time to time.